Any particular reason you wouldn't go for boutique with a studio?
Now looking at the darkburst.
Just associating an LP Studio with someone that is working within a budget. But yeah, if you've got a guitar you love, no reason not to go with an equally loveable pickup. Think of the Darkburst like a JB or vintage EVH sound but with a lot more string definition. Godwood is my favorite, fat fat fat tone, more modern sounding. I don't know what his secret sauce is, but he's able to get a well potted pickup to sound like it hasn't been potted at all. That gets you harmonics galore, you'll find yourself picking with just your fingers and you'll look down and say "hey, how long have I been playing without a pick?"